Current Version: v0.4.1 (August 25, 2017) Persona 1: PSP and more Persona 5 Music Now Added! Hotfix for World 3's Lotus Area Alright! It's time for my first ever public mod release, Miisona. I've worked on this for some time, and thanks to some GBATemp members I finally got this going in full swing! What is Miisona? Miisona is a music mod for Miitopia which replaces the game's music with some of the best tracks from the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series. How far along is the progress? Currently, all the battle music and Inn music in the game has been changed, as well as some overworked and NPC music. See the spoiler below for the full list. Current Track Changes: Warning: Spoilers inside! Battle Music Random Encounter Battle World 1 ➡ Time Castle (Persona 3) Random Encounter Battle World 2➡ Danger Zone (Persona 3) Random Encounter Battle World 3➡ Another Battle (Persona 2) Random Encounter Battle World 4➡ Battle (Persona 2) Random Encounter Battle World 5-6 ➡ Last Surprise (Persona 5) Rare Monster Encounter ➡ Time To Make History (Persona 3) Sub-Boss Battle ➡ Time To Make History (Persona 4 (Akira Remix) Big-Boss Battle ➡ Let the Butterflies Spread Until The Dawn (Persona 1: PSP) Dark Lord Battle ➡ Behind The TV (Persona 4 (Lotus Juice Remix) Black Sage Boss ➡ Snow Queen (Persona 3) Dark Lord 2 Battle Phase 1 ➡ Life Will Change Instrumental (Persona 5) Dark Lord 2 Battle Phase 2 ➡ Life Will Change Instrumental (Persona 5) Dark Lord 2 Battle Phase 3 ➡ Mass Destruction (Persona 3) Dark Lord 2 Battle Phase 4 ➡ Reach Out To The Truth (Persona 4 (Dancing on Persona Stage Remix) Battle Event ➡ Reach Out To The Truth Instrumental (Persona 4) Battle (Sea Area) ➡ Price (Persona 5) Battle (Ice Area) ➡ 3/31 (Persona 3) Battle (Cyberpunk Area) ➡ Shin Mitsuo Tensei (Persona 4) Battle (Cloud Area) ➡ Heaven (Persona 4) Battle (Wonder Area) ➡ Okaerinasaimase! Goshujin-sama♡ (Persona 5) End of Battle Music ➡ Period (Persona 4) Inn Music Talking to a Friend ➡ After School (Persona 3) Shopping Success ➡ Tanaka's Amazing Commodities (Persona 3/4/5) Shopping Failure ➡ Reasoning (Persona 3/4/5) Evil Stare ➡ Layer Cake (Persona 5) Training with a Friend ➡ End of Battle Music (Persona 5) Meal Time ➡ The Bar (Persona 5) Prize Wheel ➡ Surprise Rock Paper Scissors ➡ Surprise Inn Music ➡ Beneath The Mask Instrumental (Persona 5) Giving a Present ➡ How Much (Persona 3/4) In-Game World Overworld World 1 ➡ Time Castle (Persona 2) Overworld World 2 ➡ Pyramid (Persona 5) Overworld World 3 ➡ Seems Like a Cheap Place to Eat and Drink (Persona 2) Overworld World 4 (Volcano) ➡ Gold (Persona 2) Overworld World 4 (Castle) ➡ I Want Bonds… (Persona 4: Dancing All Night) Overworld World 5 (Sky) ➡ School Days (Persona 1: PSP) Overworld World 5 (Snow) ➡ Ice Castle (Persona 1: PSP) Overworld World 6 (Wonder) ➡ Maki (Persona 1: PSP) Global Map ➡ Satomi Tadashi ~ Konan Shop (Persona 2) Stage BGM World 1 Stage BGM ➡ Appearance! (Persona 1: PSP) World 2 Stage BGM ➡ Going Through a Burning Desert (Persona 5) World 3 Stage BGM ➡ What's Going On (Persona 5) (Disabled For Now b/c crashing) World 4 Stage BGM ➡ Sweatshop (Persona 5) NPCs Amiibo Girl ➡ Joy (Persona 3) Explorer Guy ➡ Kasugayama High School (Persona 2) Dark Lord 2 ➡ Wiping Out All (Persona 3) Casting ➡ Map I (Persona 2) Genie ➡ Sumaru Genie (Persona 2) Eventman ➡ Specialist (Persona 4: Dancing All Night) Gourmet Food Man ➡ Much More Than I Feel Like (Persona 4: Dancing All Night) Planned for Version 1.0: Warning: Spoilers inside! Finish Replacing All Stage BGM Finish Replacing All Map BGM Finish Reducing File Size of All Audio Files Fix Looping Issues on Some Tracks Notes: - Miisona is developed for and tested on the USA and European copies of Miitopia. This, however, does not mean that it won't work on Japanese. If you encounter bugs, or if it just straight out does not work, I am open to collaboration to fix it. - Miisona is supported by Old 3DS and New 3DS. Some users have reported issues on the "old" 2DS (even though it should functionally be the same as Old 3DS). - The Miisona modpack is, and will be, released as a LayeredFS mod (usable with Luma CFW, or NTR CFW's OnionFS) and will not be released in any other format officially. However, you have my permission to mod it into a .cia file as long as you link back to me in the release. Demonstration Video: Warning: Spoilers inside! I have portrait-orientation video as much as the next guy...but it was all I could do, and it fits the 3DS tall nature better anyway. The video is probably gonna be low volume for it. I don't have a capture card and my router isn't fast enough for NTR capture so this is the best I can do Make sure to look over the track list above for the full amount! FAQ: Warning: Spoilers inside! Can I add more music to the pack? On your download of the mod? Sure, why not? If you mean that you want to add more music to my version, then go ahead and get it working on your console, send me the file and it's location in the file structure, and I'll see if I want to add it. l want more music to be added but I don't know how to mod the game myself. Can you do it for me? It depends. I'm very open to suggestions but it does take some time to do a track, and that can quickly add up. Read the "Miisona Limitations" section, and if it still applies to what you want, post and tag me in the thread and I'll see what I can do. Can I use the bcstm files in your mod for another project? Mhm, that's fine. You don't have to, but I would appreciate a link back to this project. Why did you make this? I really love the Persona series of games, and have been having fun with Miitopia. Therefore, I figured a somewhat combo of the two would work really well. Does this work with HANS? Simple Answer: No Long Answer: Maybe, but I'm not going to test it and I'm not going to debug issues with HANS. Sorry. I like this. How can I help? I need testers with Old 3DS/2DS consoles, and testers with European and Japanese copies. If you can contribute by helping me debug, that'd be great. I also need save files. If you have a JKSM save file backup right before a boss fight, then please send me that so I can test the boss BGM. Miisona Limitations: Miisona will not have fan-made remixes added in. This is not meant to put down the work of fans, however I want to keep the music official. Persona 4 Dancing All Night remixes, and other Persona official remixes are fair game and may be added. Miisona is a strictly music/sound hack. I do not plan and will likely not hack any models, images, or anything else. This is for music and maybe sound effects later on. If you want to make a Persona-themed graphics hack, I am open to collaboration. Currently, Miisona is a huge mod. I use homebrew tools to make the bcstm files. Most of them have been reduced to 1600hz, which is just about what the extent of the 3DS speakers can produce. Regardless of my compression, the 7z archive and the unarchived files are hefty. I recommend at least 750mb free on your SD card to use Miisona. Issue Reporting: If you wish to report an issue with the mod, please give the following info: Luma 3DS Version/OnionFS Version 3DS Firmware Version Console Region Game Region Console Model Whether you have successfully gotten other LayeredFS mods to work Known Issues: - One 2DS user has reported crashing with battle BGM. - Some tracks loop awkwardly. Downloads: Due to site-wide rules, I cannot link to my modpack directly, but I can link to my website which has the links on it. I can link to my home page, and then you can find the sub-page (it won't be too hard, I promise). Here is my website! Installation: Miisona is a standard LayeredFS mod. Inside the release .7z file is a "romfs" folder. Simply make a folder in your SD:/luma/titles named the title ID of your region's game, then place the romfs folder in that new folder. For example, if I had the American copy, my layout would be SD:/luma/titles/00040000001b4e00/romfs USA: 00040000001b4e00 JPN: 0004000000178800 EUR: 00040000001b4f00 Enjoy! Please note: this mod does not have any AP checks in it. Regardless, Miitopia is a great game and I urge you to buy it if you enjoy it. I will not give support to users that have admitted to using an illegitimate copy of Miitopia. Second, the Persona soundtrack spans lots of games and is a great set of songs, and the series is also worth your money if you haven't experienced it yet.